Once upon a time, there were a half-dozen bars, a few liquor stores and a strip club in the tiny crossroads town of Arcade. Arcade was a destination of booze-thirsty University of Georgia students. Merchants in Arcade used to sell alcohol cheaper than stores in other places, mainly because the city rebated the sales tax, a practice that apparently stopped in the 1980s.
On Aug. 17, 2009, Arcade’s 100th birthday, the city dedicated a monument honoring the “brave men and women of the Armed Forces.” Located adjacent to the flagpole, the monument features five copper soldiers surrounded by six pillars dated with our countries conflict from World War I to the current war on terror.
This cache is part of the Jackson County Heritage GeoTrail!
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For more information about the challenge, go to
Jackson Country Heritage GeoTrail.
This is Team Bobemkat's first letterbox hide and we hope you enjoy the hunt. Please do not take the stamp that is in the cache,thanks
From the listed coordinates, you will need to go 190 feet at a 45 degree bearing and there you will find the cache!